Some of us have dogs who take to the water immediately: they jubilantly jump in, swim joyfully, and can hardly be kept out of the water. Others have dogs who will tolerate swimming when required, but generally avoid it. And then some of us have stubborn dogs who throw on the brakes near water, won’t… read morePosted in Dogs and Puppies
Have you ever cancelled vacation plans, or never made them in the first place, because you’re not sure what to do with your high-maintenance dog?
Does your dog have personality or medical issues that make him unable to go to common boarding facilities?
Does your dog require so much care that y… read morePosted in Dogs and Puppies | Pet Boarding
Now that it’s (finally!) warmer, you’re likely spending more time outside, and so is your dog. And as you start applying sunscreen and bug spray, you may start wondering if your dog also needs this type of preventative care. So for this blog, we’re going to answer questions about summer skin care fo… read morePosted in Dogs and Puppies | Protective Care
While most of our dogs were bred for sport, hunting or working in the fields, in reality, they usually spend more time napping on our couches. With their often idle lifestyles and regular access to tasty treats, it’s not surprising that 54% of American dogs are overweight or obese. Is your dog one o… read morePosted in Dogs and Puppies | Hunting and Sporting Dogs
Your cat’s rotund belly and expansive way of sprawling across the couch cushions may seem adorable, but it’s important for you as a cat owner to realize that fat cats are usually not healthy cats. There are some key steps you can take to help your overweight cat eat better and exercise more in order… read morePosted in Cats and Kittens
Food trends, food research and food information shared via social media seems to be growing every day. With all the “do eat this” and “don’t eat that” advice out there, it’s easy to find conflicting information and get overwhelmed. On top of that, the food advice is not just for humans, but also for… read morePosted in Cats and Kittens | Dogs and Puppies | Hunting and Sporting Dogs
She can smell the bone-in ribeyes long before they come off the grill. She’s looking at you and the platter of food with that longing look unique to dogs, waiting for that moment when you put a few pieces of meat and fat in her bowl or, even better, hand her a bone to finish cleaning and eventually … read morePosted in Protective Care